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The Design Files The Design Files is Australia’s most popular design blog, unearthing Australian design in all its incarnations. On Wednesdays, the site features a photo series of family homes, which the publication shoots, produces and styles.


The Colors of Motion The Colors of Motion allows users to interact with the colors of their favorite movies, and even identify the CSS color codes. Designer Charlie Clark built the site using a myriad of technologies, from Bash to Backbone. charlieclarkdesign ...


Van Gogh Museum The new Van Gogh Museum website focuses on storytelling, with graphics that bring the artist’s work to life. The new site supports the museum’s mission to make Vincent van Gogh’s work accessible to as many people as possible.


FF Franziska This website reveals the making of FF Franziska, a robust type family for body copy as well as headlines. With diagrams and sketches, designer Jakob Runge examines fundamental questions in typography.

webpick of the week   10.24.14

The Jewish Museum While developing a fresh identity, New York’s Jewish Museum also redesigned its website with prominent images and graphic style. The site conveys the ... Read Review


Quartz Business news publication Quartz has redesigned twice in two years, making good on its promise to improve on what a digital media company can be. The fresh design features an alternative to the homepage: the brief.


Commercial Type Bold and intuitive, the Commercial Type Webfonts Showcase is a set of 16 microsites, each with a different font from the foundry’s library, and typographic and literary tools—from building poems to choosing your own adventure.


Bluecadet Digital agency Bluecadet’s new site features a fluid front-end, incorporating moments of delight through video and an interactive portfolio. The site is built on Wordpress and features an intuitive backend.


Jolly Time Popcorn To showcase Jolly Time Popcorn’s 100-year journey, Haberman designed and developed a virtual museum. This scrollable timeline reveals the history of popcorn, vintage ads and Jolly Time’s heritage with nostalgic design.

webpick of the week   10.17.14

Live in Levi’s To showcase how Levi’s jeans accumulate billions of stories throughout the world, the Live in Levi’s online lookbook displays international denim lovers ... Read Review


Zeis Excelsa International Fashion Group Spirited fashion photography appears through a rotating gallery for Zeis Excelsa, a fashion leader in Italy and owner of international brands such as Derk Bikkembergs and Docksteps.


Ponce City Market Taking design cues from its renovated building, Atlanta’s Ponce City Market website is reminiscent of the ’20s, while modern in its design. Color, typefaces and texture all relate back to the balance of those two principles.


Alchemy Blues The Alchemy Blues Project tells the story of four designers who customized five Japanese selvedge denim jackets. Their edgy site features illustration, original music and photography from the designers’ hometown of Amsterdam.


Paul Mitchell With touches of bright color and scroll-based storytelling, the new site for hair care brand Paul Mitchell showcases its product collections, philanthropy and history. The fully responsive site features sharing tools aplenty.

webpick of the week   10.10.14

The Innovation and Design Building The massive Innovation and Design Building in Boston’s seaport district has been a mystery to many passersby. After serving as a World ... Read Review